Yu-Gi-Oh! Monster Capsule (medal game)

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Yu-Gi-Oh! Monster Capsule
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EnglishYu-Gi-Oh! Monster Capsule
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Monster Capsule (遊戯王モンスターカプセル Yugiō Monsutā Kapuseru) is a medal game by Konami from 1999.

The game features characters and cards from the manga, including Capsule Monster Chess pieces.

The picture of Dark Yugi on the intro screen is taken from the title page of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel 06565 (Duelist Duel 6): "Let the Duel Begin!".


The card-throwing stage

The player chooses a card. Each card has a different number printed on it. More cards scroll horizontally across the screen. Each of them has a different number, which is proportional to the number of the player's card, and one card with the word "lose" (ハズレ hazure) printed on it. Two "Blue-Eyes White Dragons" fly below the scrolling cards. The player can attempt to hit one of the scrolling cards by throwing their card at it.

  • If the player misses, the word "lose☆" (はずれ☆ hazure☆) appears on the screen.
  • If the player hits a card, the card appears at the front of the screen, visibly injured, and the player gets a payment equal to the number printed on the card.
    • If that card had been glowing while it was hit the player also advances to a bonus battle.
  • If the player hits a "Blue-Eyes White Dragon", it eats the card the player threw and the word "fail☆" (しっぱい☆ shippai☆) appears on the screen.
  • Sometimes a monster will appear behind the moving cards. If the player hits it, their card will bounce and may or may not hit another card.
The bonus battle

In the bonus battle, the player's card appears on the left-hand side of the screen and a list of monsters with numbers next to them scroll vertically down the right-hand side of the screen. The numbers of these monsters are proportional to the number on the card thrown by the player. When the player gets their card to attack, it will charge into whatever card is horizontally in line with it. The hit card appears at the front of the screen, visibly dazed, and the player receives another payment equal to its number.


The player is able to use the following cards, which have the preceding numbers printed on them.

The following monsters scroll horizontally when the player is throwing their card. Their numbers change, depending on the number of the player's card. The higher the number on the player card, the higher the number on these cards.

The following monsters scroll vertically in the bonus battle:

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